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filmmaker is changing his ways. hear what michael moore is giving up for 2013. >>> thanks for staying with us. be it the boss coworkers or customers. >> more people have a laundry list of reasons to swear on the job. >> of course. >> word of potty mouth travels fast even if no one says anything at the time you could be racking up a record. employers cite swearing as one reason for firing 38% of the time. foul language can come across aggressive and create a hostile work environment. >> a lot of times, we use inappropriate language to sort of reenforce what we are saying. and ideally if we are professional we can find other appropriate words that are just as intense. >> there is no good place in a work environment to cuss ever. >> that's blankety blank right. whether in the meeting room or board room or chatting down the hallway. 51% of employees say they have cursed at work. try coming to the newsroom. but only half of those say they did it in front of their boss. 57% of employers say they would be less likely to promote a potty mouth so we want to know what you think about swearing i
now from the family of caleb moore. you may recall he was the snowboarder, just 25 years old. he was performing in the winter x games. he crashed in the winter x games. he has since passed away. this was -- he was in critical condition on tuesday. he was performing a flip-off jump. he was injured in that. this is the family's statement that was just released. the family confirming now this snowmobiler, caleb moore and his death. on behalf of the moore family this morning, caleb moore passed away. he will be truly missed and never forgotten. the family wishes to express their deep gratitude for support they have received from friends and family from around the world that caleb inspired. they would also like to thank the physicians and medical staff at aspen valley hospital and grand junction for their care and dedication. this is caleb moore, only 25 years old, now has passed away. we're going to take a break. s tt exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus,
for caleb moore following the crash at the winter x games in aspen. a family spokesman said the 25-year-old moore is now in critical condition. he underwent heart surgery on friday and is experiencing, quote, a secondary complication involving his brain. moore's grandfather told the "denver post" it's almost certain he's not going to make it. >>> the senate approve it -- it featured bipartisan fury. the package includes grants for homeowners and businesses along with funding improvement project os the electrical grid. they denied an effort to require budget cuts elsewhere to offset the cost. >>> in just a couple of hours john kerry is expected to be confirmed as the next secretary of state and he is expected to sail through the full senate after that. kerry, of course, is replacing hillary clinton at state. meanwhile massachusetts governor deval patrick is expected to name a replacement tomorrow to fill out kerry's current term in the senate. >>> all right. the skies could erupt along the south this morning. the threat of powerful thunderstorms and possible tornados. jennifer delgado is
it. caleb moore was attempting a back flip when this happened. his snowmobile ski caught the snow. he slammed in the landing and the 450-pound machine crashed right over the top of him. at first he appeared to be okay. but after he was able to walk off the course medics rushed him to the hospital in colorado. that's where doctors found bleeding around his heart which reportedly caused complications in his brain. meanwhile caleb's brother colton separated his pelvis racing on the very same course. and on sunday another rider lost control of his snowmobile after a jump. we showed you this last night. the machine throttle somehow got stuck and zoomed toward a crowd of spectators. fortunately a net caught it just before it went into fans nearby. "the fox report's" chief correspondent jonathan hunt more with this night? do we know what went wrong. >> frankly, bill it, looks like a simple and yet disastrous mistake. 25-year-old caleb moore had landed this kind of trick many times before in practice and apparently in competition. trying to do a back flip. can you see there in slow motion. ca
. reid epstein from politico and then we'll talk sports with jack moore, the sports editor for "buzzfeed." but first -- >> this is the "full court press." >> on this tuesday, a check of other headlines making news. a new we the people petition on the white house web site gaining buzz for a new reality show to be produced that would star the vice president. the petition states that joe biden has a demonstrated ability to bring people together whether at the negotiating table or at the neighborhood diner. the authors are asking the white house to authorize c-span cameras to follow biden around produce a recurring reality show. the petition needs 25,000 signatures by february 3rd to get a response. >> bill: i love. it i'll sign it. i love it. what would it be called? the joe biden story? >> bill: all you have to do is follow joe biden around. >> here comes honey biden. >> the late president richard nixon's 100th birthday will be celebrated in washington tomorrow. the hill reports some 400 people will attend a gala at the mayflower hotel in the ballroom where his inaugural balls were held in
phoenix style joke or a false flag operation run by michael moore in an attempt to discredit responsible gun owners. your response, mr. president. >> i believe the second amendment guarantees an individual right to bear arms. i believe most gun owners agree we can respect the second amendment while keeping an irresponsible law breaking few from inflicting harm on a massive scale. >> jon: interesting open on his part. i thought he was going to say if you bring up my kids again i'll drum strike you're (bleep) to kingdom come. i understand that. he unveiled legislative proposals and 23 actions to begin to address gun violence including limiting magazine size, restricting assault weapons, expand background checks and oddly enough provide money for increased school security which was suggested by that really charming ad. how did his recommendation goes down with the pro-gun crowd? >> all the things he pointed out will only affect law abiding citizens who already abide about it law. we have over 20,000 gun laws on the books. we need to enforce those gun laws. >> jon: you know that is -- okay.
street. we'll talk about that with steven moore, wall street journal, about why the dow is up and the economy is still shrinking. that in a moment. >>> first, more breaking news here. busy wednesday. look at the pictures with me as i walk you through what we know. aerial pictures from our affiliate ktvk. so you see all the cars, fire trucks in the center of your screen. this is the phoenix, arizona, area. police responded to reports of a shooting. we know of multiple victims. this is a business complex. this is 16th street and glendale avenue. the issue with the suspect this is according to affiliates, making calls here at cnn, affiliates are telling us the search is under way for the suspect. i want to bring in someone on the phone with me, she's carol aguile aguilera. she is inside a building just across the street from this phoenix business center where this shooting happened. carol, you with me? >> yes, i am. >> carol, let's begin with your daughter-in-law. she's in this building on lockdown, correct? >> yes. that's correct. >> have you been in touch with her at all? >> ye
, the reauthorization of the violence against women act. wisconsin representative gwynne moore is a cosponsor and also a victim of sexual violence. >> i'm reminded of a time that i got into an automobile of a man i thought was a personal friend to go get some fried chicken, and he pulled in behind some vacant buildings, raped me, choked me, almost to death, and when i went to the hospital, i was encouraged by an advocate, this was in 1970s, long before there was a violence against women act, long before there was a rape shield act, and i took him to court, and indeed i was on trial. >> and that is the passion with which representative moore argues for this violence against women act reauthorization, and she joins me now from capitol hill. first, congresswoman moore thank you for sharing your story and thank you for speaking with us today. this act includes additional protections for the lgbt community, illegal immigrants, native american tribes. why didn't this come up for a vote? is it specifically the additions of those three elements that stopped this from getting a vote in the house? >> absolutely
saturday night and sunday. mid-to-upper 50's and a few moore -- more high clouds but a lot of sunshine. upper 50's in morgan hills, and tonight, a few 20's but most of the reporting stations are in the 30's and mid-30's to mid-40's around the bay shore and to the coast and the black ice is less of a problem tonight. the dominant areas of high pressure, ripping the storm apart and spinning the energy trying to breakthrough the high but it will not happen. at 7:00 in the morning, you can see a few high clouds and by noon the radar returns are best in the northern section of our state and the front falls apart as the high pressure takes over and drains the energy. now, this is a medium-range forecast model so the grid is bigger and that is why you see the bigger areas of rain but i wanted to give you an idea of what will happen. saturday night 9 light rain moves in. light-to-moderate on saturday night into sunday morning and look what novembers at the same time: snow in the sierra and rain for the better part of sunday and snow in sierra. so saturday is the dryer of the days and tuesday a
the filmmakers and cia officials, especially involved in interrogation practices. >>> michael moore announced his new year's resolution including he will stop saying "i support the troops" because he doesn't anymore. and that he apologized for that saying it's not the troops' fault that they were sent to war for what he calls "dubious reasons." >>> a new record was set in december for gun sale background checks in the u.s. following the school shooting in connecticut. the new background checks surpassed the previous record by 39%. >>> president obama scored the most views for 2012 on red it. his ask me anything session in august racked up nearly 5.6 million views. a lot of people want to ask the president something. >>> and the state of new hampshire turns pink today. one woman is sworn in as governor while other women become the state's two representatives in congress and two more take the oath as senators. new hampshire is the first state in the nation's history to sign in all female delegation to washington. and that's your morning dish of "scrambled politics." >>> and now for a look at the na
for best mini series or tv movie and netted a win for julianne moore's portrayal of sarah palin. one of the more serious moments came when jodie foster accepted her lifetime achievement award. she delivered a touching speech about the 47 years in the movie business and joked about her usually very private personal life. >> now apparently i'm told every celebrity is expected to honor the details of their private life with a press conference, a fragrance and a reality show. you guys might be surprised, but i'm not honey boo boo child. i'm sorry. that's not me. never was, and never will be. please don't cry, because my reality show would be so boring. i would have to make out with with someone, spank daniel craig's bottom just to stay on the air. not bad work if you can get it. >> she was great. >> that was a great speech. >>> still ahead on "way too early," why are you awake? your star-studded tweets, texts and e-mails are next. "morning joe" moments away. [ male announcer ] no matter what city you're playing tomorrow. [ coughs ] ♪ you can't let a cold keep you up tonight. [ snores ]
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in the third. jordan lynch fires over the middle to martel moore for an 11- yard touchdown. n-i-u would recover the onsides kick, trailing by a touchdown, but lynch scrambles and gets picked off by terrence brooks. lynch struggled going 15 for 41 with 176 yards. n-i-u loses to the seminoles 31-10. >>i hate to lose. i told you when we first talked, i wear my emotions on my sleeve. i give them a lot of credit. they are well coached. northwestern looking for its first bowl victory since 19-49. mississippi state's opening drive. defensive end quentin williams intercepts it and goes 29 yards for the score. but it's tied at 13 in the third. trevor simeon hits dan vitalee for a big gain down to the three that set up the go- ahead touchdown. wildcats win the gator bowl, 34- 20. coach pat fitgerald's first bowl win in five tries. wisconsin playing stanford in the 99-th rose bowl. the badgers trail by ten late in the first half. kurt philips rolls out to find jordan frederich to a four- yard touchdown. they're only down six late in the fourth, but the drive ends at midfield when philips gets intercepted
moore thanked fey and katie couric. cool to be thanked by you. >> i did my research. the thing about tina and katie. >> reporter: it was great night to be a new mom. does that change the way you see life and situations like this now that you're a mom? >> i'm a bit more ambition. legacy. it's my first role, isn't it, being a mum? >> reporter: jessica chastain's dade? her grandma. >> i'm so proud. >> reporter: all in all, star-studded girl's night out. it's good to be a girl. >> great to be a girl, thank you. >> a really great moment. i just finished speaking with the cast of girls. daniel day lewis walked over to them saying, he loves the show. who knew? they erupted. it set the tone for the rest of the night backstage. allison williams, looking gorgeous. we're going talk about fashion coming up on "good morning america." ♪ ♪ for ages 3 and up the everyday collection. by target. with fancy feast mornings gourmet cat food. (announcer) make mornings special, mornings are delicious protein rich entrees with garden veggies and egg. fancy feast mornings. the best ingredient is love. yo
to face hopefully this year. we are going to attack the cake issue in some way. steven moore had an exclusive with john boehner. inside the president's mind set. it has to be kind of scary for those who worry about our he can numberic outlook. matt damon says frak something bad. we have another document tate tore who says it is good we should ignore matt damon. we will show you how to be rich. bring a pen to the show. she gets taken on by a marine on her no gun stance. my first weekend with a pocket hose. how did it change my life? i will share back with you only on "fox & friends." >> good morning to you. it is 10 minutes before the hour. president obama for president in 2016 in that could actually happen if a democratic congressman gets his way. he is reintroducing a bill to repeal the 22nd amendment. that states that no president could be elected to more than 2 terms in office. he tried repealing this 7 times since 1997. the proposals never even made it to a floor vote. >>> check this out. this is the world's first cash d -- dashcam video. it is footage of firefighters back in
. >> the police department will be run by chris moore, after the department passed on all candidate whose applied for the job. >> attorneys for pg&e and plaintiffs in a deadly fire are looking to settle remaining cases without going to trial after eight people were killed that destroyed 38 homes. they determined that aged pipes and poor maintenance combined to cause the blast. more than 400 lawsuits by residents were filed against pg&e with a quarter settled. the ruling in october allowing the jury to consider punitive damages is prompting them to settle. >> facebook will reveal a new development at 10:00 at headquarters. they have been keeping the announcement under wraps. the speculation is they could reveal a feature that intensifies the competition with google. user would welcome that because the current search functions are limited. the company is not likely to unveil a facebook smartphone after c.e.o. zuckerberger shot down that rumors in the fall. >> what do you think of the fact that shares of facebook have been climbing before the reveal. >> shareholders probably are happy about that. >>
the current police chief retires. >>> chris moore will step down at the end of this week. city managers say they need more time to search for a successor. >>> the san francisco police chief may be getting a name. live in san francisco with what is that possible new name and the reason for all of this, brian? >>> millions of passenger, they could be flying out, not just the national airport but by the end of the year it could be renamed harvey milk san francisco international airport. they will introduce information during that legislation to make that change. he became the first openly gay person and he was assassinated. they will have support from and later it will go on the ballot to let others have what they have to say be heard. some say the name is appropriate. >> i think that would be great, he is in san francisco history and i think it may help get it out there more and people will say oh, it is harvey milk and i think it is important that people understand who he was and what he did for the city. >> this name change will help others and according to city officials they say it will c
journal" steven moore joins us now. he had an exclusive report. you sat down with boehner hours after the deal, right? >> i did. over in the capitol outside of the house chamber. the bomb he dropped that's been getting so much attention was that the president told the speaker hold on to your seat there. the president said, we don't have a spending problem. john boehner's jaw sort of dropped and my jaw dropped when the speaker told me that story. the speaker said that he kept telling the president during those five weeks of negotiations, steve, we do have a spending problem, mr. president! and then the president said to him, mr. speaker, i'm getting tired of you telling me that. but look, to say we don't have a spending problem would be like the greek president saying we don't have a debt problem. the first stage of recovery, steve f an addiction is to at least acknowledge that you got a problem. and maybe that's why these negotiations broke down, because the speaker told me not once during all of those five weeks was the president ever really very serious about cutting spending. >> st
in modern american culture. right on every point. josh moore founded the thing. and josh is with us. sadly only on the telephone. josh, you deserve all the credit and good luck in the world. this is brilliant. how did you come up with this? >> thanks, man. basically this is an issue that i talked with my friends about for years. i was actually on the white house.gov web site, which is a fantastic site, and i thought this is a super bowl coming up, a good time to bring this out there. i did a brief polling of people on twitter and i found nobody that isn't kind of on that side of the aisle. so, hopefully we got all these issues out there that kind of divide us into -- ask this is something everybody can get hind. >> i'm at white house dove gov gov. what do i do to find the petition? >> go to petitions. >> petitions.white house.gov. >> and it will be on the first page or search for it by super bell. let's see. i always hear about these petitions. this is the first one i ever cared about. all right. >> you have to sign up with your e-mail address do. >> oh, i ain't giving the white house my e
governor ed rendell and our good friend wes moore back with us. also "the washington post's" ezra klein. it's the cast of a thousand. the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone but her likes 50% more cash, but i have an idea. do you want a princess dress? yes. cupcakes? yes. do you want an etch-a-sketch? yes! do you want 50% more cash? no. you got talent. [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on every purchase plus a 50% annual bonus on the cash you earn. it's the card for people who like more cash. what's in your wallet? i usually say that. office superstore ink retailer in america. now get $6 back in staples rewards for every ink cartridge you recycle when you spend $50 on hp ink. staples. that was easy. i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios >>> this is not taking away people's guns. i own a gun. i own a remington s
the hallways, talking to staff, the principals, some kids. >> reporter: sergeant nancy moore is in charge of the program. >> we want to assure our children, the parents, our families, our community that we're going to do everything toffee keep everybody safe. >> reporter: they changes come after the tragedy in newtown. 20 children and six staff members now gone. for many parents, the horror there has changed their conversations here. >> get descriptions of people with cars, report it to adults. >> it's training and drills, and just making sure everyone knows what they need to do, when they need to do it. >> reporter: in spotsle vannia, they sent this her home to presence. >> i don't know how much safer it makes me feel. bill kennedy with the sheriff's office knows how important this can be. he spent years as an elementary school principal in stafford. >> we just thought it was a real good move. >> it's important we keep our children engaged and they're focused on what they're here to do. that's learning. >> reporter: next up, the sheriff's department plans to institute a naked watch progr
and get moore money back. >> hire a lawyer with that 8500. you can sue. it is a key point you're making. the settlement does allow individual homeowners to consider and continue their separate legal fights in court against the banks. sandra: you have to think some lawyers will step in on this one. >> you think? ashley: come on down. sandra: you take a big risk putting only 8500 bugs you got towards a lawyer. >> if you get 8100. could be a couple hundred. ashley: spend 100 grand to get your 800 back. sandra: thank you, adam so much. ashley: is europe's economy gaining strength? we hear it all the time. ever more advisors thinks so and this is creating a once in a generation opportunity for investors to jump in. that's great but where? we'll ask him next. sandra: what opportunities will earnings season bring? we have an analyst ready to share a few surprises so you can prepare your portfolio. keep it here on fox business she knows you like no one else. and you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil
in a nanosecond. kale lebanon moore attempting to backflip, the skis dug into the flip of the slope and the machine came crashing down on top of him. a concussion was first diagnosed but doctors discovered bleeding around his heart. >> emergency heart surgery and complications from that surgery that led to a brain injury, brain complications. >> reporter: the family says moore is in critical condition and is asking for continued prayers for his recovery. a nurse who is not involved in this case -- >> this sounds very sire yous. he's critically injured at this point. >> reporter: moore is not the only athlete. his brother colton suffered a separated pelvis. a skier had a spinal fracture. it's not just the athletes at risk. look what happened in another snowmobile crash. it plowed into the bank of spectators. >> has this gone too far? flipping a snowmobile, is it too dangerous to continue these games? >> it sounds like there's been a number of injuries at the winter x games, including pelvic injuries, spine injuries. they do train all year for this. but it's important for the folks wa
, and coming up in the next hour, senior economic writer steven moore will join us with a look at who's ultimately going to get hit the hardst by the new senate deal and what it means for the nation's economy. ♪ heather: well, new insight on what may have led to the shifting narrative in the obama administration's early accounts of that deadly terror attack on our consulate in benghazi that left four americans dead including ambassador chris stephens. and now the senate homeland security and governmental affairs committee says that the fbi, the cia and other intelligence officials contributed to the confusion. joining me now to discuss this, ambassador john bolton, fox news contributor and former u.s. ambassador to the u.n. thank you for joining us and happy new year. >> happy new year. heather: so i have this report here, roughly 30 pages long. i've read through it a couple of times, actually, now. it's called flashing red. in part because of something that a high-level administrator said that libya and benghazi were flashing red around the time of the attack. it is clear from this
moore and veesy. -- veasey. he may have left. so ms. jackson lee, mrs. lowey and ms. moore. one minute. >> let me acknowledge to dr. nottingham our deepest sympathy but respect for such a young man and such a hero, to your son. ternl to the tragedy that we've witnessed in newtown and elsewhere, to the chief. i also want to acknowledge two people in the room who experienced gun violence, parents who lost their son, -- to gun violence. [applause] i come from texas and i will hold this up. "at top of gun world." i want everyone to know what you just said and what many have said, we are not after people's guns. the store's name is houston armry, and the headline says they're strictly controlled by the united states government. not only that, someone said, suppose someone breaks and takes their guns, and they said because they're in a vault, tell me be about being outgunned as a police officer and the importance of storing and securing guns. you mentioned it earlier, but storing and securing guns in people's homes which i this is enormously crucial. >> mrs. lowey. >> thank you very much. i
, the other one. >> a.c. moore? >> yeah. a.c. moore on all the time. >> i don't remember. >> he did not buy -- he is at argus research, a.c. moore. we got to hire this guy. he could be an expert on -- >> all the time. >> we'll have alan dodd frank on -- >> dodd-frank, if it were repealed, would he have less value? >> he was repealed, i think. where is he now? i'm sorry. did that -- >> let's go -- >> those were my kleenex. stay away from them. >>> let's go across the bond. time for the "global markets report." kelly evans is standing by. is there a famous company or legal provision named kelly evans? >> there's a kelly girl. they're -- they were temporary secretaries, weren't they? >> exactly. there was -- i saw a mug in the back here, guys, in the coffee room that says "kelly: talent at work." i think it refers to a temporary employment agency. it's become my favorite mug. in any case, it works a little bit. there's also evans cycles over here. evans cycling or something. remember,veyanc evans, a common name. i see it more here than back in the u.s. speaking of what's happening in europe, l
this is steven moore, an anti-tax crusader and editorial board member at "the wall street journal." steven, let me start with you. president obama says the debt creeling is nonnegotiable, but republicans in congress are going to use it as a negotiation tactic. you always say the government needs to get out of the way and let businesses grow. suspect not raising the debt creeling to pay for bills already incurred standing in the way of the economy? >> well, you know, ali, you said the republicans view this as a good tool to try to discipline spending. i don't think they view this as a good tool, but i think they view it as maybe the only tool that they have right now to try to get president obama to negotiate on spending cuts. as you've quite correctly said, we just lived through the first of these cliffs, which was the fiscal cliff. we got by that one. you know, democrats feel they had their day there and they did. they got their tax increase. republicans are still wondering when are we going to get around to reforming these big giant entitlement programs and maybe disciplining spending on the
, co-host of "the five", kimberly guilfoyle. >> hi. >> sean: there is moore to this. he broke into the house, with a crowbar. she went into the crawl space. he broke in, and went to the crowbar. if she didn't have a gun, what would have happened. >> she could have called the police. >> sean: she did call. >> she's in her home, and that tonight impact washington. because she was using a .38 i understand it, she is he' nnot using an assault weapon and-- >> right now what we're looking at in this country, what people fear is a gun grab. >> that's paranoia. >> no, it's not. >> it's accurate. >> where have you seen president obama trying to confiscate anybody's-- >> this is a constitutional right, a fundamental right. >> yeah, so. >> that americans have under the second amendment to be able to bear arms and to protect ourselves, thank god that she had-- >> do i have a right to walk the streets and feel safe. >> and her husband taught her what to do. >> are you afraid of her. >> no, afraid of a guy adam lanza. >> and save lives and protect people as well. in this instance you could
of coffee. >> reporter: cpa daniel moore has been telling his clients to get ready. >> because you make $100,000 a year as a w-2 wage, your taxes, all things being equal, are going up by $2,000 each year. >> reporter: and that's just on the federal level. the state of california spent more than it earned and we'll be on the hook this year with higher taxes. >> probably an average person will pay the state of california $1,000 to $1,500 a year by the time they pay additional taxes and income taxes based on earnings. >> reporter: we avoided the cliff but more of our money will still roll away in 2013. now a bit of good news for individuals when it comes to taxes. the capital-gains tax, that's the rate you're taxed when you sell stock or your house stays lower because of the recent deal which makes it a little less expensive to buy and sell investments like stock. jessica? >> okay, thank you, scott. now the fiscal cliff deal led to a very big sign on wall street. happy to save money on the capital-gains taxes scott talked about sent the dow up more than 300 points. the nasdaq led by apple and g
take his place. >> the new comes after shelly moore announcing that she would seek rockefeller's seat next year, republican from west virginia. at least one person throwing their hat in the ring for that. bernie sanders, thanks for joining me, i appreciate it. >> thank you. >> here's a look at some of the stories topping the news now. the centers for disease control and prevention said the flu is widespread in 47 states, up from 41. 20 children have died so far and the cdc also reporting that even though the vaccine is a good match, it only offers 55% protection against the a strain which causes the most serious disease. it offers 70% protection against the b strain which is usually less serious. the faa is saying it will team up with boeing engineers to launch a top revee of the issues plaguing the 787 dreamliners. it experienced a handful of mishaps. ray la hood says the planes are safe and he would fly on a 787. >>> kate middleton said her first official portrait is amazing and it was unveiled today. woman: we're helping joplin, missouri, come back from a devastating tornado. man:
are, the moore our economy grows, artists, teachers, professors, entrepreneurs, you name it. the children are our greatest natural resource in america, but yet we leave it undercultivated. so this woman says that and i say, why don't we see what it's like to live on food stamps or the snap program, and so i went to bed thinking, no big deal, and i woke up and it was a big story, and so i called my staff and i said, guess what i'm doing? and so -- but it was a powerful thing because we're one of 14 cities in america to have a food policy director, and i think all cities into have it. we have already done a lot of work on trying too expand affordable healthy options, and the more i talked with my food policy director, said this is a great thing, not only raise levels of compassion and understanding and disspell pad stereotypes about snap, and families on snap, and focus them instead on the realities of that, but also the policy changes we could be making at a local level to empower -- to address food and security to address food and nutrition deserts and end expand more health
start acting. you start being theatrical. >> rose: you lose your mooring. >> you lose everything. the anchor goes, you're all the over the place. >> rose: larry king said-- and you can look at this either way-- i'm happy it's that way or not hay it's that way or may not be true. he said the show is a lot about him as much as the guest. he is so different from me. >> i am different from larry. >> rose: are you different in you made the show about you rather than the guest. >> i think it was always about larry king. it was called "larry king drive." i have huge respect for larry, he's a legend. but he's been taking a few snipes at me. >> rose: what's going on there? >> he's probably missing the show. he said that to me. he misses the show. he's larry. he probably hasgo ys and bad days. he's an irascible fellow in many ways. you know him well. i have a lot of respect for him. if he want people to highlight the difference, i will say this, i am a journalist and he is not. larry was a radio guy. i spent 25 years on fleet street, 11 years as editor in chief of a daily newspaper. that b
with that other redskins rookie. the record breaker for sunday. >> alfred moore has been outstanding all season. you know what i like about him the most. >> rg3. >> that, too. alma mater. great guy and great player. biggest games of the season. best players on the redskins roster performed up to expectations. alfred has done that and then some. former sixth round draft pick rushed for over 1600 yards this season. that was second best in the entire league. morris remained only i eed cons season long. first season with the club broke the franchise single season rushing record and saved his best performance important last. in the sunday night matchup, morris ran for 200 yards and three scores to lead the skins to victory. his teammates have known all along. >> he looked like that since august. you know. when we didn't know who he was, we were thinking who is this guy alfred morris? but everybody knows who he is now. >> told everybody he has been the backbone of the offense. rg has been putting up big numbers. you know, withoutal presented, man, we won't be where we are now. >> what he is able to d
with, walking hallways and talking to staff and principal, meeting kids. >> sergeant nancy moore is in charge of the program. >> we want to make sure it doesn't happen here. we want to assure our children, the parents, our families and community that we're going to do everything that we can to keep everybody safe. >> these changes, like others, around the country, come after the tragedy in newtown, connecticut, 20 children and six staff members, now gone. for many parents if horror there has changed their conversations here. >> i've kind of explained what to look for, specific activities and stuff like that. get descriptions of people's cars, report irrelevat to adult >> it's training and drills and making sure everyone does what they need to do. >> in spots vain yeah county, they sent this later to parents, they, too, upping the police presence at school. >> i don't know how much safer it makes me feel. >> reporter: bill kennedy with the sheriff's office knows how important this can be. he spent years as an elementary school principal in stafford. >> we thought it was a real goo
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